For all of the naysayers out there, Tiger has again proved that he has that staying power. Tiger Woods won the
WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral this past weekend to mark his 76th PGA Tour win. He is now six (6) behind Sam Snead’s all-time best of 82.
His caddie, Joe LaCava, said this was Woods’ best 72-hole performance since hooking up with him in October 2011. Woods took only 100 putts, the lowest total in his PGA Tour career. His 27 birdies were just one short of the most he has ever made in an event.
He won for the fifth time in 50 weeks, the second time in 2013 and narrowed the gap on No. 1 Rory McIlroy in the Official World Golf Rankings.